We work closely with our dedicated funding partners who help make our work a reality.

The main part of the funding for the Institute’s direct engagement work is possible because of generous funding from Sida. Sida has been funding this work in many parts of the world since 1991.

Unicef supports our juvenile justice project in Indonesia.

Thanks to support from ILAC, the Institute has been implementing a programme in the Middle East and North Africa to apply international human rights standards in national judicial systems.

The Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation provides a grant for the Raoul Wallenberg Visiting Professorship in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.

Vinge, a Swedish law firm, provides a yearly support to research within the field of human rights in business and corporate social responsibility.

This Swedish foundation generously support the Institute’s library, a leading human rights library in Europe, to purchase human rights literature.

The Open Society Initiative for Europe is funding a new programme called the Inclusion Academy. This is a blended learning course/project which targets marginalized groups, in particular those run for an by migrants and refugees from primarily Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

The Sten K. Johnson Stiftelse is funding our project in Lund and Malmö, Sweden where we educate high school teachers about human rights education and research so they can help their students improve their knowledge and understanding of human rights.

The Fulbright Scholar Program, from the United States Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, funds our distinguished Chair in Public International Law.

The Nordic Council of Ministers is funding a cooperation project on Public Legal Education, which is a cooperation between academia and civil society in Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway and northwestern Russia. The project is being implemented during 2017 and 2018.

Axfoundation  has commissioned RWI to do an impact assessment/study of QuizRR and other educational tools that aim to go beyond codes of conduct and factory audits to build knowledge and capacity on labour rights within factories in Asia. The study will result in a report during the spring of 2018.